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CNBC
Dec 3, 2012 6:00pm EST
, from 98 to 89. sherman williams has moved up from 149 to 152. and diaggio, taking the country and the world by storm, 113 to 120. gilead shod up from 168 to 175. alexion. 111 down to 95. let's look at the five, first five anointed names, go over the remainder after the break. remember, we're reviewing to see if they're still worth buying on weakness, that may be cassed by the cliff. let's start with amazon. amazon sold off and then rebounded with a vengeance. the stock pulled back going into the quarter because it was coming off a big run. but when the company reported october 25th, the market gave amazon the benefit of the doubt, it's been coming back ever since. amazon still has the same terrific story, a company with tremendous growth, that's benefitting from the switch to online shopping. amazon controls 20% of all e-commerce in america, but it's just scratching the surface, only accounts for about 1% of total retail sales. these guys are taking names and amazon so far, we've seen strong data from sales on black fridays, as well as cybermonday. plus the company keeps expan
CNBC
Dec 3, 2012 11:00pm EST
supply, sherwin williams, gilead, diageo and alexion as my top ten which i thought would outperform the rest of the market through the end of the year. now that the new year is only a month away, we got to go over them again. it's time to review how the stocks have held up and whether some of them or one of them don't belong. in the past two months, well let's just say it's been a rough period for the market as a whole. i recommended these ten stocks the s&p was at 1455. since then the s&p has swung down to 1355. right before the thanksgiving holiday. before rebounding back up to 1413. still, it's down about 3% from where i first started recommending these. we have been whipsawing up and down, based on fears about fiscal cliff, and hopes that we might get a possible deal to bridge the fiscal cliff in washington. but through the period these ten growth stocks have held up surprisingly well. i say surprising, because these stocks all had huge gains going into the fourth quarter. and with the fiscal cliff looming, many investors have been selling their biggest winners to take advantage
CNBC
Dec 3, 2012 1:00pm EST
from my story. >>> prince william and wife kate are expecting. the duchess of cambridge currently in a london hospital. she's having a little morning sickness. william, second in line to the throne after his father prince charles. the couple's first born would eventually would become a monarch. congratulations to will and kate. sue? >> indeed. we certainly hope she's feeling better very soon. >>> time once again for the power rundown with john carney and bob pisani. good to see you guys. first up, a new survey finds 1 in 3 consumers would consider taking a mortgage from walmart over traditional banks despite the fact that walmart doesn't offer mortgages yet. it seems that there's just this distrust of banks, banks have such tight lending standards right now. the consumer doesn't feel like they get a fair break. >> i think people hate banks but it goes beyond that. walmart is actually a really nice place to shop. people feel comfortable walking in there. they don't feel comfortable walking in to their banks. getting a bank loan and a mortgage is a hassle. people think that if walma
CNBC
Nov 28, 2012 6:00pm EST
home depot, sherwin-williams and at&t. why not be profitable on the other side of the valley. let's go to robbie in michigan, please. >> caller: with the 27% increase today, should i take my money and run? >> i don't know if it's going to be a 40. walt in new hampshire. how do youing? >> caller: boo ya from concord, new hampshire. >> "the monitor" me a job in 1977 and i almost took it. >> whirlpool, should i hang on? >> even though it's up 116%, it should not be sold. i owned it in the 50s in my law school dorm in 1983. let's hold on to this and go to patrick in washington. >> caller: hi, jim. booya. given the recent divergence between the price of gold and gold mining stocks with the price of gold going up and mining stocks being level or going down would it be wise to hang on to my investments in the gold mining stocks in hopes that they catch up with the price of gold or should i just sell them off and put the money into gld or something like that? >> i think you should sell them off overtime and put your money in the gld. today was a temporary setback because of all the happy talk
CNBC
Nov 29, 2012 6:00pm EST
this morning. i expect it would extend, even appliances and paints, again old favors, whirlpool and sherwin-williams. this one is so big it could move the needle for caterpillar, definitely unighted rentals, we'll hear numbers being bumped you will for automatic these companies as they furiously try to get the inventory where it's needed. just hiring contractors, a newfound labor shortage and wipeout, it will be difficult, but this event will supply multiple quarters of growth, and growth you must invest in during during the next four to eight weeks. it's ironic the housing and construction business was just beginning to come back on its own. with this morning's strong pending home sales number, but sandy damage, you get sharply better than expected quarter for companies that have serial disappoi disappointers, a major change, one that become the story for the first half of 2013. stick with cramer. can i help you? i heard you guys can ship ground for less than the ups store. that's right. i've learned the only way to get a holiday deal is to camp out. you know we've been open all night. is this a tr
CNBC
Dec 4, 2012 9:00pm EST
williams, nathan's mother, are latching on to the ipad, marveling at how the device is opening windows into their children's minds, even if the windows are open only a crack. >> i can't express to you enough, like, how amazing it is to watch him take his little finger and go like that in a controlled way. i think the thing that made us cry was when he flipped through it, and then he saw the tiger, and he went, "oh, i got to go back." [tiger roaring] roar! and went--boom. and he looked at us with this smile on his face, and he's like, "i did it." >> and it's such a tiny little thing. but it's--for him, it's huge, right? >> it's huge. it's huge. >> where do you see the ipad taking him? what's the next step and the next step? >> we don't know what the future holds for him in terms of speech. we like to think and we still hope that one day speech will come in whatever form, but if it doesn't and if it's not-- >> this will be his voice. >> this will be his voice. >> a report issued by the centers for disease control in march 2012 estimates that 1 in 88 children in the united states has been
CNBC
Nov 30, 2012 1:00pm EST
williams worked more than 20 years on wall street. now he runs a small college here that sits on the board of the henry clay center for statesmanship. the way to a solution, he says, is for both sides to have a voice. >> both have taken the attitude that it's my way or the highway. and americans recognize that that's just not the way things typically get done in this country. and if we continue along that line, we will go over the fiscal cliff and who knows what the abyss beyond it will be like. >> reporter: the united states senate's always valued its reputation as the world's greatest deliberative body set apart from the political passions of the moment. the roll of mitch mcconnell and fiscal cliff talks will put that reputation to the test. john harwood, cnbc, lexington, kentucky. >>> the new york mets and david wright agreeing on a $138 million, eight-year contract making it the richest deal in franchise history. the timing might work out well for mr. wright as well in light of the upcoming fiscal cliff. it is affecting the world of baseball, business, average americans, you name it. b
CNBC
Dec 3, 2012 2:00pm EST
in the company's what they call technological advantage intellectual property. latest upgrade, williams capital and do you taughtry, all upgrad green mountain. >>> dover airlines, this stock in the news, but it is down today. >> you probably knew this living in singapore. i did not own singapore airlines even owned a stake in virgin atlant atlantic. it is rumored delta airlines may actually bid for singapore's stake in virgin because they want some more gates at heathrow airport in london. >> they are lucrative, those virgin gates at heathrow. that is the holy grail. >>> hospital stock hma is down more than 4.5% today. and it is because of this. >> reporter: with american health care costs so out of control, we were stunned to hear from former doctors and m.d. ors at one of the nation's largest hospital chains that they'd been pressured to admit patients regardless of medical need to increase revenues. >> this is coming from a non-physician. somebody who never went to medical school, never seen or treated a patient is telling a physician how they should be taking care after patient and making d
CNBC
Dec 4, 2012 6:00am EST
of the not the lottery story but seeing the brian williams it was, like, the second story was the lottery story, which i don't know. this is not the same, but it's probably incumbent upon us to at least reference it that they're going to have a baby, might be twins, she was so dehydrated she needed to be hospitalized, they wouldn't have told us because you wait 12 weeks to tell us and supposedly the queen didn't know until yesterday. the guy or girl -- she would be become queen if she were a girl, king he'd be third in line. prince harry gets pushed back. >> do you really care who gets pushed back? who wants it? >> charles wanted it. he's 64 and the queen is 86 and her mother went to well over 100. >> yeah. >> charles is, like, 64 he's, like, you know, this is, you know -- >> never. >> and then next would be i guess william, but prince charles might not get it until he's, you know, he could be 80 years old before he finally gets it. and it -- there's a reason i guess this is kind of interesting. we love watching the royals. has shown me what it meant to be a person of privilege and rank in the old style
CNBC
Nov 28, 2012 9:00am EST
this special dividend club. here's a couple i've seen bandied about this morning. william sonoma for one. home depot another one i heard bandied around. office max another one and even p petsmart i heard bandied around as special dividend candidate. about the knight capital deal and getco offer of 3.50. they asked if knight could survive as stand alone company at this point. it's not clear. the board as changed. there are new people on the board that represent various interests. there are people on the board that are maybe likely motivated to sell. who knows. former managing director of general atlantic is on the board. it's complicated. i've asked if other bidders might emerge out there. think about this. only two bidders mentioned are not publicly traded. i don't think that's an accident. not an accident on the big publicly traded companies having come in at this point. a company with a lot of losses. risk out there. litigation risk out there. risk to the company overall. might be difficult to get that through a publicly traded company. i think that's an issue on why you haven't seen differe
CNBC
Dec 5, 2012 9:00am EST
develops. >> tomorrow on rock center tim cook is going to do his first tv interview with brian williams. do you think that he has the confidence of the market as ceo? >> that's a great question. listen, tim has some amazing attributes on what he's done on the supply chain is genius. is that the same as product genius and marketing genius that steve jobs had? we'll have to evaluate that over the next year. he has taken apple to be the largest listed market capitalization company on any u.s. exchange. now we'll see what he can do over the next 12 months or 14 months to find new markets and to continue growth. >> all right. colin, thank you for phoning in. >> euro retreating from a seven-week high against the dollar on poor demand for spanish bond auction today and indeed it must be said weaker than eurozone retail sales figures. andy, welcome. where does the euro go from here? >> hi, simon. there's a couple things that make me worried about the euro today. we made a higher high and are making a lower close. as we get into this week, we have only one more week before things turn over as far as
CNBC
Nov 30, 2012 6:00am EST
are drawn, the harder it will be to get a deal. william worked more than 20 years on wall street. now he runs a small college here and sits on the board of the henry clay center for statesmanship. the way to a solution, he says, is for both sides to have a voice. >> both have taken the -- attitude that it is my way or the highway. and americans recognize that that's just not the way things typically get done in this country. and if we continue along that line, we will go over the fiscal cliff and who missouri what the abyss beyond it will be like. >> the united states senate has always valued the reputation as the world's greatest deliberative body set apart from the passions of the moment. the role of mcconnell and fiscal cliff talks will put that reputation to the test. john harwood, cnbc, lexington, kentucky. >>> let's get back to our guest host today, former chairman and ceo of honeywell. john laid out what a difficult negotiation this is going to be because both sides have entrenched and said basically we want to do it our way. i continue to not hear this talk of really bipartisansh
CNBC
Dec 3, 2012 9:00am EST
call. people are betting against them. >> morgan stanley upping william sonoma. >> this is a housing play. people want to be in any housing play. the company is doing well. they are saying uggs are doing well. deutsche cutting oxidental. >> i think this is a cheap stock. i understand it will not rally by year end. >> for more on the names, go to our website. what's on "mad" tonight? >> if you think the fiscal cliff will be avoided, this is the stock to buy. we get no vacation they come up with a deal. they need more time to come up with a deal. no vacation until we get legislation. >> finally, we're going to get gms numbers in a few minutes here. >> these are big. >> you have a group of companies that have warned for the quarter. overwhelming number of guidance for the quarter has been negative. housing and autos. tail winds are here. >> it's the international companies that have been so disappointing. this will be a break if gm and ford can overcome the gravitational pull particularly of europe and with europe getting better in terms of finances, these might be a place to go. >> you
CNBC
Dec 4, 2012 9:00am EST
williams. >> look at toll brothers today. holy cow. you have to paint a loss of houses. household formation coming back. amazon is just a winner here particularly in sandy. i regard google as making a comeback. i think that when you look at what -- apple fears google. google is going to do better going forward. look at facebook by the way. they figured out things. i'm not going to be -- i'm looking at stocks that once we go over the cliff bounce back and if we don't go over the cliff are where a lot of money is going. >> where does ulta, are these tier 2 names? >> ulta is -- david and i joke about this. it's the growth stock -- key to this market. gilliad has been great. same with ulta. you may laugh at ulta. i won't finish my sentence. >> i may. >> this double the store thing is what whole foods says. any time you can double stores, growth guys just love it. >> we're told there's no concern if we go over the fiscal cliff that that will result in some sort of a chill in the housing recovery offer the housing market. this harvard study that bob toll cited, 1.8 to 2.8 million households fewer
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